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Wild Resilience
Posted on the 6th of October, 2016 at 3:30 pm

So much has happened since our last update, with students from Evans High School and Chifley College Shallvey Campus graduating and another cohort commencing their journey at Katoomba High School.

The Evans High School girls had prepared thoroughly with multiple training runs near their goal race distance, and the result at the Westlink M7 Blacktown Running Festival was almost a formality, with all girls finishing with big smiles spread wide across their faces.

It is testimant to the resilience of our students that all the girls at Chifley College Shalvey Campus also ended their goal race with similar smiles, despite the fact that one of them had rolled an ankle mid-race at their goal event at Running Wild and was unfortunately unable to finish. It takes an extraordinary amount of courage to smile in the face of adversity and we're pleased to see our graduates demonstrating this characteristic. Can you pick whose ankle was rolled? We certain can't from these smiles!!!

Meanwhile, Chester Hill High School's 2016 cohort has commenced training for the 2017 Cadbury Hobart Half Marathon and are progressing well, with their first 10km training run now behind them. There's a long road ahead, but the boys have demonstrated a great deal of commitment so far. Continuing in this fashion will see them well prepared.

Finally, The Run Beyond Project is pleased to welcome Katoomba High School aboard, with these girls currently in training for a Sydney Trail Series event later in the year. Keep up the great work, girls!!!




Going Beyond!
Posted on the 11th of July, 2016 at 5:59 pm

There is a lot going on at The Run Beyond Project in 2016, with the graduation of our first cohort and two new schools onboard.

In January 2016 our first team of students from Chester Hill High School completed the project's final task at the Cadbury Hobart Half Marathon, where they performed magnificently! 

Following this, our second school - Evans High School - commenced the Run Beyond Project program with a group of four girls who are working towards completion of the 10k event at the M7 Westlink Blacktown Running Festival on July 31. A third school has now signed up and will be commencing the program in term 3. Watch this space for more information!

Behind the scenes, volunteers are working tirelessly to formally register The Run Beyond Project as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) and with the support of  our corporate partners, raising much needed funds to continue to help our students Run Beyond the doubts, Run Beyond the fears and take on the world!

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The Girls from Evans High School at a Sydney Marathon Clinic race.

The boys from Chester Hill High School in training for the half-marathon event at the Cadbury Marathon festival.


Run Beyond Makes Headline
Posted on the 7th of July, 2016 at 2:02 pm


The Run Beyond Project
Posted on the 5th of February, 2016 at 1:07 pm

At the conclusion of the 2015-16 program which saw our 5 stars from Cheso travel to Tasmania for the Cadbury Hobart Half Marathon, the project morphed into it's current incarnation, known as The Run Beyond Project. 

It's a symbolic shift as we seek to encourage our participants to reach beyond the limitations we so often place on ourselves which prevent us reaching our potential. Run beyond the doubts, run beyond the fears, run beyond the obstacles and take on the world!


Sun Herald Recognises The Run For Life Project
Posted on the 1st of December, 2015 at 9:01 pm

Click here to view the Sun Herald's article on The Run For Life Project, published on Sunday, 4 October, 2015. It was pleasing to see the boys give up a day of their holidays to attend a photo shoot for the article at Chester Hill's Pioneer Park, on Thursday, 1 October. 

It was a warm day, but that didn't stop the boys using opporunity to get in another good training session while they were there. It's this sort of dedication which will see them achieving their goals come January 10, when they are set to conquer Hobart's Cadbury Half Marathon!

Keith gives Sulieman with his stretches at the end of the training session.

The boys prepare for their photograph with Anthony Johnson.


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